So, I’ve been playing around with DnD 5e stuff and it’s made me come up with a new world/campaign/adventure thing. Not sure how much I’ll work on this or where it’s going but here’s what I have so far:
Time: Current Era (AU Earth set in the current time)
Location: Midwest, USA
Description: Small town with one main road. Along one side is the municipal building, a religious center ((open to all human and supernatural religions) and the only school in 100 miles. On the other side of the road is the only gas station/grocery store (carries all the things- tools, clothing, food, etc.) in town, The Whisty Inn (hotel/restaurant/community center), a small park/gathering area, and a trailer park (15 trailers – 4 currently empty) on the other side of the park.
There are 10 houses a bit further down from the main area of town and various farms and properties that are further out but considered a part of Wisteria.
Population: 100 – both humans and supernatural beings
Governing body: TBD
– The Whisty Inn is open 24/7 as it’s staffed by both humans and supernatural beings. It is an L-shaped, three-story building. The first floor is where the restaurant, community center, inn check-in area, and storage/utility rooms are located (there is no basement or attic) . The second floor is where there guest rooms are located, and the third floor is where the personal room for the staff and owner are located. Behind the inn is a small industrial trash bin and some wooden palates not being used currently.
– The small park consists of some picnic tables under a wooden canopy with cement flooring, a few grills, and a playground area for younger children.
– The religious center is run by a ghost of a monk that refuses to let go of the Earth plane. The monk (name TBD) believes that everyone should have a place to worship and so long as worshipers are respectful toward each other and don’t argue with each other, he allows all to beings to use the building. The city maintains the premises with a grant from an unnamed patron.
And, that’s all I have right now. What’d ya think?